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We left from Kyoto around 1pm, it should take us one hour by the train to Kobe (via Osaka) but since the train was quite comfy so we fell asleep. One hour later we woke up at the last station ...no it was not Kobe, it was the opposite direction! So we took another hour traveled to Kobe. Firstly we wanted to visit a farm, Kobe beef or something like that but seems like we couldnt find the information about where to go or which farm opens for visitor. The lonely planet ...
The morning didnt look promising. Cloudy and darkish. The breakfast buffet spread at the hotel was surprisingly good. Needed help from Chai Hong as what goes with what.
First stop is the Osaka White castle. Chai Hong spooks me with a story who bumped into something in the evening. so we will visit in the morning. My research tells me of a memorial garden for this Lady Samurai who committed suicide...Could it be her? Flashes of Shutter that super duper ...
... than once, and allowed me to order friend rice
instead of deep friend octopus tentacles.
The Osaka train station is perhaps the largest and
cleanest I have ever seen. Beyond being
a state of the art station, it also is a multi-story shopping mall and business
center. We found the taxi stand and
after some effort loading our suitcases into the tiny taxi, we were immersed in
The taxi ...
After a heavy 10 days in Tokyo I decided to return to Osaka only this time by the night bus. There's not much to tell about the trip to Osaka though. Ironically enough, even though the bus was called "Dream 307" I couldn't get any decent shut eyes during the entire trip! The bus left from Tokyo Station by ...
... for the day was to eat a really good cut of meat (without the huge chunks of fat in it. The Japanese like fat on their meat. (. _ .); ) and the city did not disappoint. We ate on the second floor of a pub like joint with European décor and dark oak interior. The downstairs was too busy, so we unintentionally got a private dinner room and it was pretty darn cool. A chief cook the meat and trimming before us and served it sizzling. Look ...
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